There’s More To Your CoreAbby
There are 4 foundational keys to having and keeping a functional body throughout life. Your body is a walking, talking credit card; use it wisely. Remember, if you don’t make regular healthy payments, or if your payment is counterfeit, U will no longer be functional.
The most important group of muscles in the body is the core muscles, not the back muscles like most therapies focus on. 60-70% of your immune system resides in the core. The core, literally, is what gets you up, holds you up and keeps you alive and healthy. Your core plays a major role in almost every movement of your body. Core muscles allow you the ability to complete the tasks that you need to perform every day.
It is the vital ‘foundation’ of all your body’s movements, whether you are walking, carrying a heavy grocery bag, picking up your grandchild, making love, keeping your balance on a slippery sidewalk, playing sports and let us never forget about digestion, assimilation and elimination. Most people are becoming increasingly inactive; we spend most of our ‘awake time’ sitting, with our core muscles relaxed.
What Are Your Core Muscles?
Relaxed is one thing but the average person has grown comfortable with the major part of their immune system falling down and out, this would be the large intestine along with the core muscles. This is why the Master Your Health – Weekend Warrior 2-day course was created. To guide anyone who wishes to Master his or her own health on a permanent basis. We must teach and deliver total health to our patients because as practitioners we must restore that which has been taken from them. Health Independence.
Many people think that their “abs” or abdominal muscles, are the only core muscles. The core muscle group includes all of the muscles that make up your torso which keeps your body stable and balanced. It takes many different muscles working in harmony to keep your body aligned during all of your many daily activities.
Your core muscles are comprised of 2 types of muscles: stabilizers and movers. The ‘stabilizer muscles’ are attached directly to the spine and support its every movement. The ‘movers’ are the muscles that support the stabilizer muscles and work with them to move your body with ease. JUST AS THE ROOTS OF A TREE PREVENT IT FROM FALLING: SO DOES YOUR CORE. If you wish to have CORE training, join the ‘HEALTHY TO 100’ community today.
“Get TRAINED To MASTER Your BODY Or They Will Keep You In Treatment For The Rest Of Your LIFE” – Dr. Darrell Wolfe – Doc Of Detox